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- 65%Local Culture
- 51%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (6)
- Sushi VillageMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Dec 28, 2013
Sushi Village is a must for every visit to Whistler. (Sometimes we'll sneak in a couple times a trip.)
Be prepared to wait 45-60 minutes for a table. It's always so packed other restauranteurs have tried to open new sushi restaurants and failed. Everyone wants to come to Sushi Village. The location is great, it's a little loud, it's always packed, the sushi is good and somehow it's the combination of all these things that keep you coming back. It's not the most refined sushi or the best sushi but, it's the PERFECT ski village sushi bar.
The Super Hero roll is the most popular and for good reason.Recommended for:
- Sushi VillageMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 1Apr 08, 2013
Sushi was great. Very traditional atmosphere. Recommend the KFC roll. If you're a party of 6 you can make a reservation, but smaller groups cannot, so get there early to get your name down.
- Sushi VillageMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesLuxury Travelers+ 3Sep 02, 2012
Nice casual Japanese eatery that is popular with Whistler regulars, Sushi Village serves its namesake sushi, has wide selection of appetizers and izakayi items. Sake selection is quite extensive as well. The food quality is high and the service although may be slow when super busy, is friendly.